Clothing Discount: $100 In Clothes for $50 One Day Only

Saving money is at the top of everyone’s list for the new year and a clothing discount can help further this goal.

As winter slowly makes it way through the country, many clothing retailers are offering sales and discounts to consumers who are beginning to think spring in their wardrobe.  Bargain hunters are on the lookout for these sales and discount offers as a way to increase their clothing supply without dwindling their bank account.

New York and Company has decided help by offering a one day only deal to customers that will give them a substantial discount on their clothing purchase. On Wednesday, customers who shop on the New York and Company website for their clothing needs can save $50 on any purchase of $100.

This amounts to a fifty percent discount on the purchase of any clothing through the New York and Company website. The retailer offers an extensive line of women’s clothing and accessories.

The discount is good on both regular price and sale merchandise through their website. They are also offering some of their new items at a buy one get one half off sale. Savvy shoppers can utilize the sales to increase the amount they are able to purchase with this fifty percent discount.

In order to obtain the discount, use code 4239 at checkout.

The coupon code is only good on Wednesday January 26 and only for orders of $100 or more.

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